Manchetti’s leg is overwhelmed with support when she returns for BBC Breakfast

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    The 47-year-old Naga was overwhelmed with support when contented fans came to social media to welcome her return to the show.


    Manchetti’s leg received a lot of support from caring viewers after the presenter returned to BBC Breakfast.

    The presenter took a two-week break from her presenter duties, but returned to the news release on Thursday with Charlie State.

    The 47-year-old Naga was overwhelmed with support when contented fans took to social media to welcome her return to the show.

    One viewer commented, “It’s great to see you back on the Naga program.”

    The second repeated: “It’s nice to see you on TV again.”

    While the third gushed, “Good morning! Welcome to TV breakfast. Hope you’re healthy.”

    The 47-year-old Naga was overwhelmed with support when contented fans took to social media to welcome her return to the show

    Naga’s absence was felt not only by BBC Breakfast viewers but also by listeners of her BBC Radio 5 Live show who were concerned about her unexplained absence.

    Last week, one fan tweeted, “Leg, where have you been? I think you’ve only been to the R5L once in the last two weeks? We missed you. I hope you didn’t play golf #reenous #envivor.”

    Fans were concerned about her inexplicable absence
    Fans were concerned about her inexplicable absence

    While another feared she left the show, saying, “Where’s Naga? Tell me, please, she hasn’t been replaced forever.”

    The broadcaster has not yet commented on its break with television, although it is likely that Naga has taken a break for the Easter breaks.

    Her absence came after her longtime colleague Dan Walker announced his retirement from BBC Breakfast six years later.

    The witch has not yet commented on her TV break, but she probably took a vacation for the Easter holidays
    The witch has not yet commented on her TV break, but she probably took a vacation for the Easter holidays

    The BBC presenter said his decision to leave the program and join Channel 5 was “really difficult”, but that his new competence would allow him to create programs “off the news”.

    Dan, who also left his role in Football Focus last year, said it was “a serious decision for him” to leave the BBC for a new role, but the chance to do something else was too good to give it up. “

    His BBC colleagues were among those who helped him mark the news.

    Sally tweeted Dan’s ad and said, “We’re not just colleagues, we’re friends. Dan is just brilliant to sit next to me. I’ll miss him. Go and be fantastic.”

    Former presenter and friend Louise added: “Congratulations and good luck, Dan. You’ll be missing out on @BBCBreakfast, but you won’t miss the early alarms.”

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